Scientific games are used to power the national lottery

Scientific games are used to power the national lottery

Summary:

Scientific Games signed a new long-term contract with the Latvijas loto. Scientific Games will provide Latvijas loto with its WAVE X retailer point-of-sale terminals, as well as support and maintenance services, according to the contract. With a 50% increase in retailer points-of-sale across the European Baltic state, Latvijas Loto will meet its responsible growth objectives.

Scientific Games has signed a new long-term contract with Latvijas loto, which will allow it to power the national lottery in Latvia.

The new deal is part of the Latvian state’s drive for responsible growth and funding to the country’s budget, as well as other programmes for Latvian children, and youth education and sports.

Latvijas loto will meet its responsible growth objectives with a 50% increase in retailer points-of-sale across the European Baltic state thanks to the technology that will launch in the spring of 2023.

Scientific Games will provide Latvijas loto with its WAVE X retailer point-of-sale terminals, as well as support and maintenance services, according to the contract.

The Chairman of the Board for Latvijas loto said: “After a thorough evaluation, Latvijas loto chose to modernised our systems technology with Scientific Games so that we may continue to deliver outstanding player experiences and meet our growth potential.”

Our retailers will be delighted with the new terminals and support they will receive, and we look forward to the efficiencies this technology advancement will bring to our entire operation.

Pat McHugh, CEO of Scientific Games said: “Scientific Games is honoured by the longstanding partnership and trust Latvijas loto has placed in our company, our people and our products to support its mission of responsibly maximising growth over the next 10 years.”

Scientific Games and the Colorado Lottery extended their existing agreement, as part of a growth plan to drive contributions to services in Colorado.